Wine May Help Aspirin in Preventing Heart Attacks

Issue: December 15, 1994

Wine May Help Aspirin in Preventing Heart Attacks Most people know about aspirin's apparent ability to help prevent heart attacks, but now two new studies are putting wine into the picture. Researchers at Harvard University have found that alcohol may strengthen aspirin's coronary benefits, while at California State University, Fresno, a study found significant amounts of salicylic acid--aspirin's active component--in wine.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands December 15, 1994.

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